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Oracle SOA Suite 11g Developer's Cookbook by Matt Wright, Antony Reynolds

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Chapter 9. Integrating Java with SOA Suite

In this chapter, we will examine the following recipes that allow us to integrate Java code into our SOA composites:

  • Creating a custom XPath function for SOA Suite
  • Calling an EJB from an SOA composite
  • Using a Spring bean in an SOA composite
  • Using an EJB reference in a Spring component
  • Accessing the SOA runtime environment from BPEL

Introduction

Java is a widely used and popular programming language; indeed, SOA Suite is written in Java. Often we have existing Java code that we wish to use in our composites. The point about Service Oriented Architecture is that it is language neutral and encourages re-use, so it is natural to want to re-use existing Java artifacts. In addition to re-using existing artifacts, ...

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